Archive for November 26, 2013
Pottery has a place, unfortunately the best places for quality pottery are not always easily found. First made between 618 and 906 CE in Tang Dynasty China, pottery has evolved to encompass many different fields of art and utilitarian purpose. For most people, the job of potter is the stuff of holding flowers to sipping from. Although clay can be molded in numerous ways, vases, mugs as well as other vessels can all be made on potters wheels, and have been made on pottery wheels for hundreds of years.
If you know how to make pottery, the great kind that you have been wanting, but do not have the equipment necessary, there is good news. Purchasing potter supplies and pottery tools is not hard. However, before you invest, you should know just a few things about pottery wheels and purchasing kilns for sal
Despite what the federal government and certain media outlets would like us to believe about the “recovering economy,” for many unemployed and underemployed Americans, it still seems impossible to find a stable, full-time job that pays enough to support a small family. The bulk of new jobs consist of temporary or contract jobs that pay little more than minimum wage.
Besides the health care industry, one area in which there always seems to be jobs is sales. Why is this? Well, it has a lot to do with the fact that every business needs to hire sales people to continue building their customer bases, as well as to remain connected with existing customers. However, sales is tough, because most, if not all, of a salesperson’s pay is generated via commission. Thus, many salespeople find out that they ca